Business owner burnout is a tough topic for some, but I believe it's an important one to discuss. Business owners often blame themselves for burnout and the crisis it’s causing in their businesses. The reality is, it’s often the other way around - a crisis is causing the burnout.
The right people make business owners happy. The right seats on the right bus are what make your staff happy. If you want to keep your best employees, sometimes you must change their seats (and maybe even their bus).
Learn about the three individuals business owners need in their support networks, and why it's important to build this network. Being a business owner can be lonely, and it's important to have a support network around you.
Every leader and manager’s dream is to have a team of capable, self-reliant individuals who answer their own questions on a regular basis. Who can make judgement calls without bringing them to their boss. Here's some advice for the key employees and the boss.
Imposter Syndrome is a real issue for many people in positions of power and influence, including business owners and leaders. It leads us to question if we should have the roles we have. Learn how imposter syndrome can show up for leaders, and how to move past it.
Most leaders and business owners are big-picture thinkers. They can see the end result but often have a hard time getting to that end result. Often, there is one key role those big-picture thinkers need to turn their ideas into a reality.
There are three questions that each team member and employee should be able to answer about your business and their role in it. As a business owner and a leader of leaders, it's important that you train your team to be focused on these three questions.